Constantly Craving-Book Review and Giveaway

Since that fateful day in the Garden when Eve decided she didn’t want to be who she was or where she was, human beings crave more in life. Whether it’s romance, more romance, more from our marriages or more contentment, we all find ourselves wanting…craving…something better. We want more.

In Constantly Craving: How to Make Sense of Always Wanting More, author, counselor and Women of Faith speaker Marilyn Meberg discusses the cravings that we feel whether they are written into our DNA, influenced by childhood experiences or act as the driving forces behind the decisions we make as adults.

  • More Romance
  • More from Marriage
  • Contentment
  • Happiness
  • More from Friendship
  • More Meaning in Life
  • Meaning in Solitude
  • Revenge
  • Forgiveness
  • Relief from Guilt

Meberg walks the reader through the above topics sharing her own experiences from the point of view as a counselor and from her own personal experiences. She skillfully points the reader towards the real thing we’re craving deep down inside.

Constantly Craving is an insightful book and I’m happy to give my copy away to a reader who comments on this post. To enter:

  • Subscribe to the blog
  • Leave a comment stating something that you crave in life

I’ll choose a winner on Monday, August 6.

I received Constantly Craving from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their book review program, Book Sneeze, in exchange for a review. I was not required to write a positive review.

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3 thoughts on “Constantly Craving-Book Review and Giveaway

  1. Sounds like a wonderful book. While I crave many things (chocolate ice cream, anyone?) – I think that what I crave most is more peace. Daily peace. I have the eternal peace that comes from our Lord, but I want to have a more peaceful existence. Maybe in about 15 years. . . .

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